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Court opens road to class action against national testing body over data breach

When a Chase Amazon Visa card arrived in her mail in 2016, optometrist Nicole Mizrahi was surprised because she had never applied for the card. But the card's use of her maiden name was a tipoff, she eventually realized; the personal information she supplied to take her optometry licensure examination 18 years earlier was compromised, she believed, due to a data breach at the National Board of Examiners in Optometry (NBEO).

In a June 12 ruling, the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals held . . .

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